WARSAW – After taking a year off for COVID-19, the huge St. Anne’s Annual Sale is back, located at the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds in the Home and Family Arts Building.
The sale kicked off Wednesday morning, June 9, and continues through Friday. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday hours depend slightly on how many items are still remaining.
After last year’s cancellation, organizers said they have an even larger than normal collection of items for sale.
The St. Anne’s Annual Sale has a rich history that goes back to the 1980s. For many years it was held in a tent in the fairgrounds parking lot. Two years ago it relocated to the Home and Family Arts Building. This sale is a large community service project and the proceeds from the sale go to other community outreach efforts.
The Home and Family Arts Building is equipped with air conditioning, bathrooms, and plenty of space for the many sale items available every year.
There are hundreds of items for sale, including clothes, sporting goods, pictures, holiday items, household items, books, outdoor items, furniture and many more treasures.
Proceeds from the sale go to the church’s men’s and women’s groups who this direct the money to outreach programs.